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Chateau de Mores - Images & Resources

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To allow for proper social distancing, sites will operate at reduced capacity. Touchable exhibit components will remain closed, and site tours may be limited for visitor and staff safety. The agency would also like to remind visitors to follow the CDC's recommendations on social distancing and personal hygiene while visiting state historic sites. See our guidelines for visiting.

medora in 1885

Walking Tour of Historic Medora now available for download.

New Lesson Plan & Education Materials Available

Lesson Plan 1 Activity Worksheets

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packing plant
packing plant 2
marquis on horseback
Madam de Mores in gray dress
Marquis and Medora on horseback
Cooling house platform, packing plant
chimney park
chateau de mores state historic site
de Mores park statue
history alive performance, chateau porch
Marquise on chateau porch
Von Hoffman's House
Medora Chapel
Marquis Portrait
marquise portrait
family portrait
chateau with group of people
medora deadwood stage line
chateau de mores Osborn postcard photo

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Address:
1/8 miles W and 1/8 miles S of
Medora Chimney Park -
west edge of Medora
De Mores Memorial Park -
downtown Medora, ND 58654
Get Directions

The Interpretive Center is open year round
Winter: Labor Day-Memorial Day
9 a.m.-5 p.m. MDT, Tuesday-Saturday, with the last tickets sold at 4 p.m.
Summer: Memorial Day-Labor Day
8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. daily with the last tickets sold at 4:30 p.m.

The Chateau is open May-October, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. daily, weather permitting. Please call to verify.

Chimney Park and DeMores Memorial Park open year round.

Contact Chateau de Mores:
phone: 701.623.4355
fax: 701.623.4921

Contact SHSND:
phone: 701.328.2666
fax: 701.328.3710
email: history@nd.gov